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Grateful DeadGrateful Dead Live at Henry J. Kaiser Convention Center on 1985-09-12 (September 12, 1985)

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Collection: GratefulDead
Band/Artist: Grateful Dead
Date: September 12, 1985 (check for other copies)
Venue: Henry J. Kaiser Convention Center
Location: Oakland, CA

Source: upgrade of Master Soundboard Cassette > DAT > CDR; via StoryTeller; Seeded to etree by steve barbella (original shnid = 11803)- pitch correction and patches by Kevin Tobin
Transferred by: Kevin Tobin
Keywords: Soundboard; Kevin Tobin


Description

Set 1

Greatest Story Ever Told-> Bertha, It's All Over Now, Row Jimmy, My Brother Esau-> Big Railroad Blues-> Looks Like Rain-> Might As Well

Set 2

Help On The Way-> Slipknot!-> Franklin's Tower-> Playin' In The Band-> Drums-> The Other One-> Black Peter-> Throwing Stones-> Not Fade Away, E:Not Fade Away-> E: Brokedown Palace

Notes

Audio Patches:
1) At the beginning of the show, 39.388 seconds were missing from the soundboard and was filled using audio from the video.

2) Between Bertha and It's All Over Now, 1 minute and 21.581 seconds were missing from the soundboard and was filled using audio from the video.

3) Between It's All Over Now and Row Jimmy, 21.519 seconds were missing from the soundboard and was filled using audio from the video.

4) Between Row Jimmy and My Brother Esau, 1 minute and 17.389 seconds were missing from the soundboard and was filled using audio from the video.

5) Between Big RailRoad Blues and Looks Like Rain, 04.455 seconds were missing from the soundboard and was filled using audio from the video.

6) About 1 minute into Help On The Way, .136 seconds were missing from the soundboard and was filled using audio from the audience.

7) 8 minutes into Franklin's Tower, .120 seconds were missing from the soundboard and was filled using audio from the video.

8) Between Franklin's Tower and Playing In The Band, 7.786 seconds was repeated on the soundboard audio and was deleted in order to match the video audio.

9) At the start of Space, 23.482 seconds were missing from the soundboard and was filled using audio from the video.

10) At the end of NFA Chant, 49.668 seconds were missing from the soundboard and was filled using audio from the audience.

11) Matrix\DTS and Soundboard were synced using the video as a timing reference until the end of Black Peter (when the video was cut) afterwhich the audience was used as it was more consistent.

12) NOTE: The Darby Audience came in 24/48 format and the Soundboard came as 16/44 format. Using R8brain Pro, the Soundboard was expanded to 24/48. After matrix was mixed and soundboard was patched, R8Brain Pro was used to reduce matrix and soundboard to cd compatible 16/44.

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Reviewer: newndo - 5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars - March 3, 2013
Subject: Forewent Wending ...
... through 1st set (thanks for tips, previous reviewer!) and began w/HSF (in Playin' now), but agreed that "the bass player" sounds fantastic. The howling and shrieking sound throughout is kinda weird, but easily forgiven, considering clarity, separation and spunk. Thanks to all involved (especially Tobin) for terrific quality in rendering these files.

Reviewer: Evan S. Hunt - 5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars - March 3, 2013
Subject: If One Can Wend One's Way...
... over under around and through the spurious machinations of mixerman Healy's first set experiments with brand new effects toys, then one might consider this concert to be a true voyage into the the land of the curious.

For some reason, the second set is not beset with these P.A. anomalies and things turn into normal -- normal, that is, for the Dead in those days.

1985 wasn't a half bad year for the band and this show is certainly exemplirary of that premise.

The playing is a little rushed and sloppy at times but all in all it's right on the money. Jerry lets it fly as often as not and curries an acceptable favor.

What really makes this show and why it is so resplendent with groove bags is because of Phil's playing and the recording of the bass is just as I like it, anyway -- very present and very articulated. When Phil is on such as he is on in this particular capturing, then you know the band is in synch that night.

Kudos to Kevin Tobin who really knows his stuff around the re-presentation of these sundrious recordings and versions of recordings. You know that when you read of his name ascribed to one of these deals then you know that it's going to be good.